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Unread 03-06-2009, 08:38 AM   #65
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[/LIST]not to hijack this thread...out of Kreuz, Smitty's and Blacks which do you recommend? The end of this month we are traveling to Johnson City for a CASI and LSBS comp. We have the time to visit a couple of the Texas Meccas and want to choose properly - I dont think I can eat lunch at 3 different places. Do you still know people who would let us get back to the pits and "touch" the meat? Any info would be helpful!
Do a crawl of all three. Easy to do with the way they serve the meat by the pound. Smitty's closes at 6:00 so plan accordingly.

Each one has its good points. If atmosphere is important to you, Smitty's first, Black's next then Kreuz. If brisket is important it depends on what particular brisket they cut into for you. Last time I was there, Kreuz's was the best.
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